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sees nothing but restaurants. this particular building has residential uses and i think an apolistry shop. they would require a 5-year certification and they also need their annual maintenance. their fire escapes use this accordion ladder. is that what you call it? occasionally, we see problems where it comes down and there's something obstructing it on the ground. sometimes you even see awnings. >> when they come in, that's something we always check if they have a fire escape. now adays they use velcro. >> one thing we have here, lawrence mentioned, you need a door. if you notice here, each residential unit. these are probably each side is a different residential unit that's going out and it's a case where that code evidently allowed you to use a window. >> there's an exception and it's on page 5. opening for the fire escape. it can be a window and it's 29 by 59 and so on. there's an exception for residential building. and probably, i wouldn't be surprised this serves separate units. they both access the same fire escape out let, you can see the goose net. it's an exciting climb and
what it means to be a citizen of the world and understand how the rest of the world affects us here in places like indiana. i would argue, yes, it can happen again. he is a game changer. count on it. he is not the left will keep. >> the author of "the forgotten man." james madison, prof. of history at indiana university. david willkie, the grandson of, wendell willkie. we thank the russellville historical society for letting us conduct this program here. as we look typical life and career of wendell willkie, a passed away in the fall of 1944. >> window welty, republican candidate for the presidency of the united states in 1940, taken suddenly at age 52. dominated by popular acclaim, wendell willkie won the admiration of all his countrymen for his energy, policy, and forthright courage. he spent the last years of his vigorous life in an effort to promote mutual understanding and good will among all nations. they talk with churchill in london and shared experiences with britain's average pokes. -- folks. he visited and talk with the people of russia, of the middle east, and of china,
>>> where are the jobs? where are the jobs? >> boiling point. outrage over the stagnant u.s. economy. corporate greed and d.c. dysfunction grows as the government releases what is expected to be another dismal jobs report. >>> a bizarre twist. the parents of a missing kansas city baby deny police accusations they have stopped cooperating with investigators. >>> a decade old war in afghanistan. as one former commander warns, we're still a long way off from winning. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, october 7th, 2011. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> we begin with the u.s. economy. this morning, the labor department releases its employment report for last month and the news is not expected to be good. economists predict that about 60,000 jobs were added in september, not enough to lower the employment rate which is expected to remain at 9.1%. unemployment has topped 8% for the past 31 months, the longest stretch on record. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on this. good morning, susan. >> hi, go
then it must be a design. therefore there are a guide to take care of us. no guides to take care of us could read mead -- live a meaningless existence of i am in agnostic. i just don't know but i could live with that uncertainty. just my state of being. by what that teaches us people need a favor.ces but then everything that we do adds up.and that brings me to the second of their. some of the arch reactionary put in the wake of the beautiful future and of course, that is what attracted me and then hefo began as a radical to join a group of radicals in st. petersburg and was arrested but if they were we don't know but there lourdes convicted and kept in jail for, months than marched out without any warning to the upper raid were there were three executione states and they started to put on the blindfolds on in then executed than the groups of three and just before the order of fire began somebody rode up to give them the reprieve.ga it was a plan of the lazard just to punish them. we don't know of this triggered his epilepsy provide not a happy experience but but from there to have the change
morning. i am jennifer franciotti at. >> i am stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> i will take the cooler temperatures to lose the rain. >> it will be chilly but dry. will be kind of a windy day. a cold front is going through right now. 62 are out at the airport. the wind is starting to pick up. a mixture of sun and clouds. about a 30% chance for a shower this morning. the wind is a bigger story. high temperature in the 60's. we will come back and detail the forecast for the weekend. first we say good morning to sarah. >> we start with the most recent accident at harford road south of 152. you may start to see some delays. if you travel out of the northeast on 95 down towards the white marsh area, you will tap the brakes just a bit. in terms of other problems, we have an accident at coldspring and greenspring. so far so good on the west side. 140 reisterstown, fire activity. another problem involving a water main break. sacred heart is closed. in the white marsh area, you can see the volume is picking up. we had two accidents and they have been cleared on the eastboun
for being with us. >> thank you. happy to be here. >>> you are quite the guy, and i don't want to say you're wearing your heart on your sleeve, but you do have a mission shirt on! >> we have these shirts on sale at our mission store, and all the other california mission shirts. >>> are they wash and wear? they dry nicely? >> yes. >>> andy, if there's one show i would want to have more time for, it's this one. you have so much to tell us. the california missions, you do pilgrimages to the mission. as present, the missions in california -- i'm from philadelphia -- kind of like independence mall in philadelphia. they are there and they are terrific and they are huge, but they get overlooked. >> right. >>> tell us about it. how many are there? >> well, the california missions, main thing to remember-- >> you're the curator. >> san francisco, been there since 2004. my claim to fame, the reason i would say bill justice hired me, not because i was qualified and knew something about california missions, but in the year 1794, my great, great great grandfather was baptized in the old church when i
? give us a call, send us an e- mail or tweet, or post on our facebook page. 14% of the public approves of the job that congress is doing according to the latest poll, lower than the other elections when the majority partner -- party is on the verge of losing power in the house. they asked several questions about the approval rating of congress, with little hope of what that deficit reduction committee could do. when they passed how likely that republicans and democrats will agree on a deficit reduction plan, 20% say it is likely, a 24% say that it is unlikely. -- 74% say that it is unlikely. they also ask if they could not agree, that is, the super committee, do you support or oppose major cuts from military and domestic programs? 57% oppose that idea, 36% supported. on president john -- on president obama's approval rating, it slipped from 47% before the debt ceiling debate, to 42% now with 54% disapproving, a record low 35% approve of his handling of the economy. this is a change from september when they were evenly split at 42% each. some republicans say that the comparison between
. dylan ratigan's here to take us forward. dylan? >> the vagaries of your opinion, sometimes, it's hard to tell where you're coming from, martin. that one was pretty clear-cut, i appreciate that. >> i'm damned with fake praise. thank you very much, dylan. >> i'll talk to you next time. the show starts right now. >>> well, good afternoon to you. nice to see you. i am dylan ratigan. it is a milestone monday for so many today. first, occupy wall street marking its one-month anniversary in occupation. more importantly, the movement has cemented itself as a worldwide aligned event. more on that a bit later. but we start off with our own milestone here at "the d.r. show," because over the weekend, we achieved our first-ever digital double. more than 200,000 of us joining in a partnership to simply get money out of politics, as a singular principle. as we've been saying, this is the beginning. our hope is that all of us will be able to join the debate on this proposed amendment and double our digital wave again and again, the 200, 400, 800, and so on, until we are massive by the conventions ne
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and we all may fall victim to some severe weather tomorrow. topper joins us from the weather terrace where you can see the graphics, severe weather alert day, warning. tom? >> by the time you wake up tomorrow morning an entirely different story. let's start with the satellite picture and radar combined. showers and rain entering rolle and roanoke,. temperaturewise mild. 70 inlers burg. 7 -- in leesburg. 66 downtown. for tonight, clouds will be on the increase. breezy and mild. showers and thunderstorms by dawn. some will be heavy. you have until midnight to walk the dog until the rain rolls in. winds increasing out of the east at 10-15. we'll come back and talk about what threats are in store for us on your monday morning, on your way to work and what areas are more likely to see severe weather. >> thank you, topper. >>> montgomery police arrested a gaithersburg man for the murder of 12-year-old jessica nguyen. she was found stabbed to death in the basement of her home in may. today officers announced they arrested her stepfather, david rich hang. he's been charged with first degree
. makes it much more probable that people who are more like us to run for office and when i don't think it is unthinkable at all i think in the democracy with all the means of communication at our disposal if the greeks can do it with five or 6,000 when they didn't have any major throwing i think we have those means at our disposal now to keep it, and in addition internet even in our vast democracy in ways that can create a more participatory democracy. jefferson as i write about in this book had his own idea of a word system where all people are involved in government all the time the. they broke down into units of hundreds where the idea was we didn't all make decisions about the same thing but we all were representatives in one area of government for everybody representing everyone else's interest rate was a brilliant scheme, and i think in the modern era there is more opportunity for bringing to the realization jefferson's system proposal and there was back then. these ideas that i write about in jefferson were even more pertinent today, and i think that they need to be considered v
people hanging around with us this morning. we thank them for that on kind of a cooler, damper day here in the northeast. i'm matt lauer with ann curry. al roker and savannah guthrie and unfortunately talk about a tragic story out of california. a man goes into a hair salon in seal beach, opens fire. at least eight people were killed. the man was taken into custody a short time later. what was the motive? what drove him to this? we'll be talking about that in this half hour. >>> meantime have you guys heard about this operation hacker-azzi? basically this florida guy now accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of a lot of celebrities. in fact, more than 50 people including people like scarlett johansson, in some cases photographs that the star did not want splashed all over the internet that were so we'll tell you more about that arrest. >> all right. and today's prfrofessionals are back with their strong opinions on interesting topics including whether sexy ads on billboards should be allowed near schools. there is a new law that outlaws that. we'll talk about that. also tough to f
news update. we'll have more on your weather, too. join us for a full >>> good morning. here it comes. the first nor'easter of the season is taking aim, bringing snow, rain and high winds from virginia to maine. the powerful system could impact 60 million people with some areas expected to get more than a foot of snow. >>> new twist in the search for 10-month-old lisa irwin. the parents scheduled a police interview with the baby's missing brothers and one of the lawyers for the family stops working on the case. >>> and bright lights, our holiday extravaganza kicks off. amy and i look for things that go bump in the night. what did we encoter? we'll tell you this coming what did we encoter? we'll tell you this coming saturday, october 29th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester holt. boo. >> and i'm amy robach. didn't work. we felt at moments maybe we weren't alone in that prison. it was dark, it was creepy. i heard things. >> it was one of those what were we thinking things going into this da
they look at the world its too and just to use their phrase, and of course it is. i mean, bad people or reworded, good people by young, innocent people are tormented and suffered. so people like my father escape instead of trying to deal with this reality for one reason or another they are unable to. they want to skate by creating a new world. that's what progressivism is about. as i was brought up in this tradition and of course you never lose the memory of the way the use of things when you were younger. there was a passage that just brought me up and it's part of his advice about a deal stoicism is basically don't sweat the small stuff but don't sweat the big stuff either. so, in this passage he says when you rise in the morning to say to yourself i shall meet today intrusive, ungrateful, arrogant, deceitful, in the sand and charitable. but don't bother yourself about it. this is the advice. is it possible that they were not being shameless people in the world? it's not possible. therefore, do not require what is impossible. that's the story to view and that's the complete antithe
of us after the game had to get outside and walk around and decome press perfect weather for that today we will have a nice day as well. bus stop forecast, partly sunny skies this morning cool temperatures ranging from mid- and upper 50s to low 60s sunrise officially occurs, 18 minutes from now. temperatures across the region, 60s here, 61 degrees washington 60 baltimore, 61 fredericks burg to the west 50, 59 dulles airport, 55 winchester, forecast today, clouds hanging around this morning, give way to mostly sunny skies later, temperatures in the 70s. 70 german town, 74 in fredericks burg, 73 in the nations capitol that is a look at what is happening with the weather now back to you steve and alison. >> we have a traffic alert before we get to julie wright for drivers in maryland. >> an accident forced closure of lanes alan town road in suit land. stacy good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you i can tell you it is quite a mess they are cleaning up out here, take a look behind me you can see a massive pile of lumber, tractor trailer carrying all that lumber heading northbound bran
to reduce emissions by 2% through these improvements. further, u.s. improved fuel efficiency by approximately 111% since 1978 from 2000 to 2009, u.s. carriers reduced fuel burn and carbon emissions by 15% while carrying 7% more passengers and cargo. at a meeting last week, i alone with chairman mica and several other members of the committee met with european union representatives to express our willingness to work with our friends to come to a more equityible solution to this problem, and -- equitable solution to this problem and i believe the meeting was very productive. we made it quite clear that the e.u. my way or the highway approach was totally unacceptable and we will take every action necessary to prevent the implementation of these unnecessary and dangerous -- and we made it clear that the congress will stand up and defend the sovereignty of the united states. with that i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves. the gentleman from wisconsin. mr. petri: mr. speaker, i yield such time as he may consume to our colleague from pen
>>> looking forward to that. meanwhile tucker barnes standing by in the weather center to tell us what we have in store today. >> cool start temperatures 50s. should be a nice finish highs expected back in low 70s a few more clouds than yesterday all in all a dry one let's look at current conditions nice overnight, starting off cool, 57 now, in washington regan national, 50 winchester, 54, cooler than yesterday, 58 ocean city satellite radar together let you know we are starting the day with cloud cover you can see it across the area, high, thin cirrus clouds, filtered sunshine, and we will be more along the lines of partly sunny than later this afternoon out to the west storminess to the south down into florida tropical moisture, two areas of disturbed weather going to gang up on the washington area and bring us rounds of showers during the day tomorrow until then should be a decent day today dry weather expected this afternoon high temperatures, 72 washington 69 german town, wall door of partly sunny -- wall door of, partly sunny conditions expected. >>> thank you. >>> top story
been in the courtroom all day. she joins us live from rockville. >> reporter: the first little boy who testified was so small when he sat in the witness box that a juror had to ask that a pitcher of watter and a stack of paper cups in front of him be removed so that his face could be seen. he was the first of four children to testify today. the trial of 36-year-old susan burke took a compelling turn as some of her former green castle elementary school students testified that she choked, punched, and scratched them. the first child to take the stand was a seven-year-old boy who described what his teacher allegedly did when she got angry. the prosecutor asked, what happened when you weren't listening? the boy replied, she put her hands around our necks. the prosecutor, how did it feel? not good. the boy's mother took the stand as well and described the change in her son. she testified he had nightmares. he was scared to sleep by himself. he would jump when we touched him. he told me he didn't want to go to school. it was also a day the defense tried to poke holes in the testimony of the
lit distance between people and the power of technology. that does it for us tonight. now it's time for "the ed show." good night. >>> good evening, americans and welcome to "the ed show" tonight from lower manhattan in new york city. america has lost a technological giant. steve jobs is dead at the age of 56. we will talk about his impact on our lives. >>> and here in lower manhattan, the wall street occupation protests continue. it's all coming up tonight on the ed show. stay with us. let's get to work. >>> one of the greatest inknow rate issers of american technology, the thomas edison of the 21st century, steve jobs has lost his battle to pancreatic cancer at the age of 56. this man impacted almost every facet of our lives and changed communication forever in this country. jobs he jobs' impact will be felt for generations to come. his life and time, let's review it here tonight on msnbc. >> he was the father of the iphone, the ipod and the am mac computer, turning elech tropic gadgets into on joeskts desire. >> i think if you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you s
by prescription drugs he was already taken. friday's testimony brought us more fireworks from the witness stand. >>> then an update on that rescue mission from antarctica. renee nicole ducur suffered a stroke in the south pole. it took weeks before they were able to get in there to get her. she's back in the states and we'll tell you how she's doing. >>> and william and kate's baby will succeed to the throne even if it's a girl. we'll have a live report from buckingham palace. >> still newlyweds and we're crowning their kids already. my goodness. >>> a storm is coming into the northeast. how bad are things going to get? nbc meteorologist bill karins is here to tell us more about it. >> good morning, lester. historic. we've never seen a storm like this that has the power to knock out power to this many people and take down this many tree limbs. i'm not concerned with the appalachians and new england. it's the valleys and the hills where the leaves are still on. if you get that heavy snow, you're the ones i'm worried about losing power during the day today. right now, as expected, most of this is
pieces this morning that suggested could be a template for future u.s. missions. the concept of libya -- a new model for? -- a new model for war? our question, again, libya, a new model for war? good morning. to set the stage about the u.s. approach under the leadership of president obama to the libya mission, let me show you some of the headlines today. for example, "the wall street journal" today. "the wall street journal" today. in "the new york times," an analysis for obama. and, "the financial times." the front page of "the washington post" today. that front-page piece looks at the leadership style. on the line with us is mark landler, who wrote the article for "the new york times." thank you for being with us. guest: good morning. glad to be here. host: give us the essence of what you explored in your piece. guest: i was exploring the way president obama has begin to set out a discernible foreign policy. as you said, it contrasts quite clearly with the bush administration and many presidents before him. it is one that emphasizes surgical strikes over massive troop deployment. it
protests continue. it's all coming up tonight on the ed show. stay with us. let's get to work. >>> one of the greatest inknow rate issers of american technology, the thomas edison of the 21st century, steve jobs has lost his battle to pancreatic cancer at the age of 56. this man impacted almost every facet of our lives and changed communication forever in this country. jobs he jobs' impact will be felt for generations to come. his life and time, let's review it here tonight on msnbc. >> he was the father of the iphone, the ipod and the am mac computer, turning elech tropic gadgets into on joeskts desire. >> i think if you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you should go do something else wonderful. >> reporter: as he was fond of saying, wait, there's more. >> today, apple is going to reinvent the phone. >> reporter: and people did wait. in long lines for the first iphones in 2007. then, three years later they lined up for the ipad, changing the way people consume media. >> design plus function equals the right lifestyle and that's what he filled. >> reporter: in 1976, jobs
for a murder suspect continues this weekend. armored vehicles, u.s. marshals and s.w.a.t. team members are part of the force looking for 35-year-old aran bachelor much he's accused of killing a fort bragg city councilman and another man. >> there's only one way to solve this right now, and that's to go into the woods in a very dangerous situation and find him and bring him out. >> his father told us off camera he tried to warn officials about his son's mental state two years ago. >>> this morning one girl is dead and two others injured after a stabbing at a los angeles high school. police say the girl was attacked by her ex-boyfriend yesterday. they say he grabbed her in a head lock, began punching her. she died following complications from surgery at a nearby hospital. a teacher and another male student who had stepped in to help were also stabbed. the ex-boyfriend has been booked on suspicion of murder. >>> health officials are hoping to get 200 kid vaccinated so they can get back in school. yesterday those kids were turned away from school because they don't have their whooping cough booster
is going to reinvent the phone. a truly magical and revolutionary product today. again, using this thing is remarkable. it's so much more intimate. thanks for coming today. >> remembering that i'll be dead soon is the most important tool i've ever encountered to help me make big choices in life. because almost everything, all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure, these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important, remembering that you are going to die is the best way i know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. you are already naked, there is no reason not to follow your heart. >> good morning, it's thursday, october 6th. we're live here from pensacola, florida, this morning. and with us onset back in new york along with willie geist, mike barnicle, pat buchanan, and the managing editor of "fortune" magazine, a magazine which named steve jobs the ceo of the last quarter century. and andy, i want to start with you because you spoke with steve jobs an awful lot on the phone. >> yep. >> you had more ac
was locked in a closet and literally starved to death. >>> well, there are a lot of u.s. marines who are angry today because they are being told that they can't wear bracelets bearing the names of fallen marines. marine corps regulations prohibit jewelry except for rings and watches. well, the corps made an exception for a prisoner of war and missing in action bracelets in the 1970s. marines want a similar exception for the killed in action bracelets as well. >>> president obama is about to hammer republicans on jobs. he's going to to speak at a community college in jamestown, north carolina. republican lawmakers blocked the president's jobs bill, but the president now chopped the package into bite-sized pieces. he wants lawmakers to vote on a $35 billion package this week that's supposed to save the jobs of teachers, police and firefighters. this is day two of his three-day bus tour to promote the jobs bill. >>> uh-oh, for the white house, that's right, a tv station in richmond, virginia, is saying that a truck carrying the president's teleprompter, podium and other equipment was st
that you stand here before us and talk about that you're strong on immigration is on its face, the height of hypocrisy. [ laughter ] [ booing ] >> governor romney? >> rick, i don't think i have ever hired an illegal in my life. >> you -- >> are you going to let me finish what i have to say? [ booing ] >> look, rick. >> the republicans need to follow the rules. what a tough couple of debates. >> i understand that. >> perry was criticized for the immigration policy, giving tuition discounts to illegal immigrants. >> you put in place to draw illegals in which is giving $100,000 of tuition credit to illegals who come in. the big states of illegal immigrants are california and florida. over the last ten years they have had no increase. texas had 60% increase in illegal immigrants. if there is someone with a record of governor with regard to illegal immigration that doesn't stand up it's you, not me. >> reporter: perry went on the offensive. >> you stood here in front of the american people and did not tell the truth that you had illegals working on your property. >> we hired a lawn company to
witnesses that may have left the scene, but have more information for us. >> reporter: police also spent much of the day trying to track down the people responsible for the party, which was advertised on the internet, but did not have a permit. >> when that occurs, we're notified that there's going to be a large group gathering, a party or some sort, so we can monitor. at this point, there were no notifications out and as far as i know, no permits issued. >> disturbing, obviously. that's the times we're living in. >> reporter: in san leandro, anne mackovic, cbs 5. >> police responding to a shots fired in san francisco. a man had been shot several times after 10:00 last night on thomas avenue in the bayview district. 21-year-old nick franton stum intelled into a store to get help. he later died at the hospital. no motive or suspect description at this time. >>> temporary repairs made to a 2-foot wide sinkhole in a san francisco street, 300 block of 15th avenue, when it gave way about 8:00 this morning. public works says a 100-year-old sewer main under the road collapsed. the street will r
the longest war in u.s. history. >>> tens of thousands of angry greek protesters are jamming the streets of athens this morning. take a look. these are live pictures of the protesters gathered outside the parliament building, all part of a second day of a general strike. protesters are venting their rage over a new tough round of budget-cutting measures aimed at reducing the huge national debt. the government says the move sim pairative in order to secure continued payment from an international bailout fund. >>> new developments this morning in the deadliest attack on a u.s. military help capitoler in the afghan war. these are the first pictures released by the defense department on the downing of a u.s. chopper back in august. all 38 people on board were killed, including 22 navy s.e.a.l.s. the s.e.a.l.s had been called in to reinforce other troops already under fire. just before landing, the chopper was hit by rocket-propelled grenades. barbara starr explains how it all went down. we don't have that. i apologize for that. the report also says the taliban commander in the united states
right up there with the worst of them. and many of these people tell us they are prepared to spend the night. others were kind of on the fence. >> yeah. >> reporter: in telling us what their plans were for the evening. >> wonder quickly, susan, have you seen anyone actually pack up their things and leave yet? >> caller: nope. not yet. not yet. as you can see it's getting worse. this stuff is going sideways. >> die-hard. die-hard there in lower manhattan. thanks so much, susan candiotti. so this rare halloween weekend snow in the northeast is impacting more than just new yorkers. we have storm team coverage with meteorologist jacqui jeras in the cnn "weather center" and we got chad myers in the field in his own with severe weather center in york, pennsylvania. let's begin with you chad. amazing accumulation since the last time you and i spoke an hour ago. >> reporter: i know. no question. we pick up at least two inches in one hour without a question. we travel a lot for cnn but i usually travel for hurricanes. this is the first time because i vacation in warm spots, this is the firs
of the capital city of kabul. our nick payton walsh is live for us in kabul right now. nick, tell us what happened. >> reporter: it appears that a car bomb drove into a nalt toe convoy right here in the center of kabul, the afghanistan capital, killing we don't know how many isaf forces, they say several. we do know that four afghan civilians were killed, two schoolchildren, a policeman and somebody on a motorbike simply passing by. but clearly here a very accurate, pinpointed attack on a nato convoy on what's supposed to be one of the more secure parts of afghanistan, alina. >> tell us about some of the other attacks we've been hearing about this morning. there have been several, right? >> a slew this morning, absolutely, one in the northeast of the country, a young woman in a burqa, we understand, detonated a suicide bomb injuring some outside the headquarters of the afghan intelligence services. more significantly, two nato troops also killed in the south of the country today where, as we understand it from an afghan army commander, a man in an afghan army uniform turned his gun on the
wanted to immerse myself in something that a lot of us think we know but really, truly don't is because almost every book begins with a lot of questions. and i had these questions. where did we come from and what did it take for us to get here? what was the world that the seem in this book left? what would propel six million americans to leave the only place that they'd ever known for a place that they'd never seen in hopes that life might be better? what did it take for them to get out? be how did they choose the places that they went? how did they make a way for themselves where they landed? and why didn't they talk about it? and the goal for the book was to have all of us think about and ask ourselves what would we have done had we been in their places, what would we have done? now, the subtitle of the book, the book is, of course, called "the warmth of other suns," and the subtitle is "the epic story of america's great migration." so it would appear that it's about the great migration, but in actuality this book is really about the forebearers of all americans really. these people a
headquarters. >> rick: i'm rick folbaum. nice to be with you. thank you for joining us. topping the news this saturday night, october surprise. mother nature playing trick or treat as we take a look at a live picture of central park here in new york city. this is snow that is hitting a lot of parts of the east coast, causing major transportation headaches, power lines are down in a lot of different places. we'll get the very latest for cast for you coming up. >> arthel: medical marijuana advocates taking on the obama administration, claiming the feds are unfairly going after their clinics. >> rick: plus, hot off the assembly line, we've got the iphone 4 s, the brand-new iphone and "consumer reports" has taken a look and they'll be here to tell us if it makes the grade. that's coming up later. >> arthel: we begin with this, a tragic day for u.s. and nato forces in afghanistan. homicide bomber killing 17 in kabul. 12 americans among the dead. the taliban quickly claiming responsibility for what is being called one of the deadliest attacks on coalition forces in months. and it wasn't the on
us now from hong kong with his take on the agreement is cnn's andrew stevens. andrew, good morning. in layman's terms, give us the nuts and bolts of this deal and what it means for the eurozone, greece and the united states. >> well, the vision that the european leaders want to see by signing this deal, carol, is that a big, thick black line has been drawn under the euro crisis. the confidence will be restored in what european leaders are doing to deal with the crisis. and they can then turn around to getting on with the job of lifting economic growth. getting people back to work and generally increasing prosperity. the devil, though is in the details. we got some pretty impressive headline looking numbers there. the banks have been basically -- they've been forced to take this haircut. so they're going to lose 50% of the value of their holdings of all their greek bonds. that means that greece doesn't have such a big debt problem to deal with so it's more -- it's less likely to actually stop paying its debts as in the default. this is all good. but one of the key ones here is this
there. i'm erica hill. nice to have you with us. >> i'm jeff glor. chris wragge is off this morning and hopeful staying clear of zanesville, ohio. >> wow! >> are you kidding me? >> no. this is the crazy thing. it is truly lions and tigers and bears, oh, my. the overused phrase of the day. >> cheetahs and mules. >> camels. >> it's very serious story and they are canceling school for the day. >> school is closed and stores are closed and people staying indoors as they try to round up of the wild animals on the loose. bring you that in a moment. >>> a look at last night's fiery republican presidential debate. some of the toughest rhetoric so far in this campaign as the candidates didn't wait any time lashing out at each other. jan crawford is in las vegas with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are in front of caesar's palace and hunter s. thompsomho said if you're a loser, las vegas can be the meanest place on earth. in last night's debate, i don't think any obvious losers but one thing was for sure, it was mean. it was the most contentious debate yet. the, change
with the manufactures of the war machines. >> they chanted outside a trade show for the u.s. army, pushing into a tent run by defense contractor, bae. >> if you want to see the military complex eating lunch right here, here it is. >> iraq and afghanistan vets out on cigarette breaks just watched. >> i support their freedom of speech, because that's what i'm here for. we have no money for healthcare. we have no money for anything except for war machine. it's really time to stop. >> but two people running booths inside did not want to hear it. >> for freedom to kill -- >> most of the protesters say they are not going anywhere. >> i'm not leaving. >> you're not leaving if the police come? >> they arrest me, i'm coming back out and i'll still be here. >> now the spokesman for the park police is usually among the most responsive spokes people in the entire region. not returning phone calls. not returning other reporter's phone calls. same with the chief, she's not returning phone calls either. we can only speculate they are trying to figure out what to say and what to do. derek. >> unique situa
news for some in the republican party. nbc's tracie potts joins us from washington on this. >> good morning. this poll shows that while mitt romney remains the most electable candidate against president obama, it's herman cain that most republican voters would prefer if that election were held today. take a look at the numbers, herman cain stands at 27%, ahead of romney's 23. rick perry has slipped 20 points since the end of august to third place. so what has boosted cain in popularity? it looks like he is most popular with members of the tea party and those who identify themselves as very conservative. the polls show that people seem to like him because he is a businessman, not a politician. cain says people are starting to take his flat tax plan seriously. president obama's jobs plan gets two-thirds support from people who say not only should we put the jobs plan into place, but also tax the wealthy. lynn? >> thanks so much. and as you heard tracie mention, a new poll shows that most americans support the president's jobs bill. last night al sharpton asked senator ben cardin, a de
tell us about how that negotiation is going now? in the best guess on to win the defense authorization bill will be on the floor? >> the first answer is easier than the second. [laughter] amazing to be able to say that a question about iraq is an easier question to handle then the defense authorization bill. that is the situation in the u.s. senate. in terms of a iraq, apparently the discussions continue. i think we should make a clear that there is a finite point where we have to say, ok, this is not going to work and we are going to pull our forces out including the trainers that we are willing to keep their, providing that we can protect them from being covered by -- been prosecuted under an iraqi law. we will not allow our troops to be put in that situation. that is the sticking point apparently. i do not think it is a good idea for us to be pleading with iraq to ask us for troops to stay. we have been in the position -- it looks as though that we are hoping that they are going to be making this request and we are hoping that certain elements of their political world will join in t
for joining us. the "news nation" is following this evening's high stakes gop debate in las vegas. eighth face off and herman cain is holding on to some front-runner status. a new poll shows him neck and neck with mitt romney. 67% in this poll might have a case of commitment phobia saying it is possible they will change their choice. meantime john huntsman has not changed his mind about boycotting. he is upset they will hold caucuses january 14th. more on that, but herman cain and his attempt to apologize and double down at the same time when pressed about the plan to be suggested to install an electrified border fence with a sign on the other side saying it will kill you, warning. the appearance in phoenix monday with staunch anti-immigration, cain was pushed to explain the comments he made in tennessee. >> let me first say this is a joke and some people don't think it was a good joke and i apologize if it offended anyone. look, i think we are splitting hairs here. i don't apologize for using a combination of the fence that might be electrified. i am not walking away from that. i don't want t
consultant sam singer. he tells us it is all a big unfortunate mistake. >> she was planning to do too many things at the same time. she had several cell phones, she went down to have a snack at the cafe there. she failed to go back to purchase the items, stepped outside the door, realized something was wrong, but before she had the opportunity to go back and correct her own mistake, security was there. >> he said his client would speak to us, but she hasn't responded so far. she posted $15,000 bail sunday and pleaded not guilty before a san francisco judge thursday afternoon. ironically the assemblywoman is married to alameda county superior court judge dennis hayashi. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> state finance director is facing a dui charge after being stopped on suspicion of drunk driving in sacramento friday night. -- thursday night. she is a top advisor to governor brown. she took responsibility for the incident. she said her actions were reckless and irresponsible. and there was no excuse for it. she said she called the governor to apologize. >>> for a second year a bar caught uns
military history and the doyle drive project is allowing us to do that recorrection. and this area is not splintered off. >> and we can see how dramatic a change it will be when doyle drive is suppressd and you have a cover that connects the cemetery to this project. it's historic on the statewide and national basis, but you could rush the project or put thought and time to create something of lasting public benefit. >> we really want this, for everyone to feel like it's a win situation. whether you are a neighbor that lives nearby or a commuter or user of the park. that everyone will experience a much better situation than they currently have. >> the human interest to me is how people could work out so many challenging differences to come to a design that we believe will give us a jewel. landmark of a place. >> i am sure it will have refining effect like embark did. and there were people about that and no one would think of that today. and when you look at growth and transformation of the embark, the same with doyle. it will be a cherished part of the city and a worthy addition to
$59.99 $109. that will use less than 1 gigabyte of data a month. to our retail partners, that 1 gigabyte of data, we will charge them $6. think of the benefit. let's say our retail partner doubles it, quadruples it. they have to pay for >> the american consumer saves $50 or $60 a month. we are getting further behind in broadband infrastructure. we are no. 17 in the world today, comparable to malta in terms of broadband connectivity, and slipping. it is 15,000 new technology jobs every year for the next five years, when we are hurting due to unemployment. it is every single penny of lower investment is private money, $14 billion over the next eight years. >> we are going to have to leave it there. sanjiv ahuja is the chairman and ceo of lightsquared. cecilia kang, tech reporter with "the washington post." this is the second half of our interview with sanjiv ahuja. >> you are at the center of at least two investigations by lawmakers on capitol hill. there is a lot of question as to whether relationships the company had with the white house and meetings with the fcc, fast process
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